Lectin Food Avoidance Infographic
Contributed by Leo Tat of Authority Diet
Dietary lectins are indigestible proteins that are found in significant amounts in certain foods.
Foods that contain the most lectins are legumes, but they are also present in oils, nuts and fruits.
These indigestible proteins can cause a host of health issues including food poisoning and autoimmune disease.
In order to protect yourself, you need to know which foods to avoid as well as the ways in which you can reduce the lectins in the foods you do eat.
The 3 methods to deactivate lectins are sprouting, fermenting, cooking and soaking.
Find out more about which foods to avoid and how to protect your health from lectins using the Authority Diet’s infographic.
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